This is a simple script that switches the left and right halves of the loaded single layer image. I wrote this because I have a 3D lens and by switching the two halves of the image, the image become a cross-view 3D image. It makes the process quick and easy. Maybe someone else can benefit from it.
Version 1.1 doesn't flatten the image as version 1.0 did. Instead it merges the two layers, leaving the remaining layers as they were. The resulting layer has an alpha channel, so transparencies remain intact.
This is a simple script to invert the brightness of only the dark sections of a picture, without changing the colour. You can change the threshold for the script, so that it creates a brighter picture, or one that isn't as bright. The effect is applied on a separate layer above the active one, so you can delete it or apply a layer mask to it if you want.
This script is a simple add-on to the wonderful service textify.com provides: You give LaTeX-Code and get the formula as an image to add it e.g. into an presentation (who wants to use Microsoft Formula Editor??) Using this add-on you take gimp as an proxy that is able to change the text-color (textify.com only provides plain black on white background with some alpha-pixels). You may choose an image size as textify.com provides it and get an _real_ alpha background image and you favorite text color.
A simple script to generate a camo pattern. You can control for the colours used, number of colours, roughness of the edges, and size of the blobs. Results are generated in a new layer in the active image.
Generates an animation by taking the active layer and applying a tileable, looping pattern like you might see on the bottom of a swimming pool. You can control the size of the pattern, number of frames, and blend mode of the pattern. The resulting animation is created in a new image.